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2018 Salt Lake Christmas Tour & Class Schedule

Most of the Following Schedule is for 2017 - the 2018 Schedule will be posted by March 2018.

Thos items with a * at the end are updated for 2018.

Sunday
11:00-6:00         Join in the fun in the hospitality area set up in the Salt Lake Room*
7:00                   
Fun Family History sites  from the BYU Family History Tech Lab  - Taught by Loni Gardner*

Monday
8:00 am - Welcome/Introductions
9:00-5:00 - Research in the Family History Library
8:30 - What's New With the Family History Library & FamilySearch – Raymon Naisbitt
10:30 - What's Been Done: Using Someone Else's Genealogy Research – taught by Thomas MacEntee
11:30 - LUNCH – on your own or walk over to the LDS cafeteria as a group
1:00 pm - Crossing the Pond: Successful Strategies for Researching Eastern European Ancestors– taught by Lisa Alzo
2:30 - After You're Gone: Future Proofing Your Genealogy Research - taught by Thomas MacEntee
4:00 - DNA Research: Navigating Your 23&Me Results- taught by Regina Negrycz
6:00 - SLCT Annual Dinner

Tuesday
8:00am-9:00pm - Research in the Family History Library
8:00 am - DNA Research; Answering your AncestryDNA Questions - taught by Regina Negrycz
9:15 - One-on-One DNA Analysis with Regina Negrycz
10:30 - Metadata for Digital Images – taught by Thomas MacEntee
11:30 - LUNCH – on your own or walk over to the LDS cafeteria as a group
1:00 pm - Understanding the Common Folk Through the Vulgar Dictionary (1811) – taught by Dwight Radford
3:30 - The 15 Habits of Frugal Genealogists – Thomas MacEntee
4:45 - 
American Revolution Loyalists: Who They Were and How to Document Them – taught by Arlene Eakle
7:00 - What's Happening at AncestryDNA – taught by Anna Swayne
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Wednesday
8:00am-9:00pm - Research in the Family History Library
8:00 am - 
Migration Patterns on the Original American Frontier: Tennessee, Kentucky, and over the River Ohio – taught by Arlene Eakle
9:15 - Dropbox for Genealogists – taught by Thomas MacEntee
10:30 - Jumping Over Hurdles in Eastern European Research– taught by Lisa Alzo
11:30 - LUNCH – on your own or walk over to the LDS cafeteria as a group
1:00 pm - Irish Research on the Internet - taught by Dwight Radford
2:15 - German and Swiss Parish Register Research- taught by Kevan Hansen
3:30 - Family History Trippin': Planning a Successful Genealogy Trip – taught by Thomas MacEntee
4:45 -  Letters, Ledgers, and Lodge books: Finding Ancestors with Ethnic Resources – taught by Lisa Alzo 
7:00 - How to Use RootsMagic for Successful Research - taught by Bruce Buzbee himself.*

Thursday
8:00am-9:00pm - Research in the Family History Library
8:00 am -DNA Research: Reviewing FTDNA Tests and Results- taught by Regina Negrycz
9:15 - One-on-One DNA Analysis with Regina Negrycz
10:30 - Google Drive for Genealogists - taught by Thomas MacEntee
11:30 - LUNCH – on your own or walk over to the LDS cafeteria as a group
1:00 pm -Researching Your American Indian Ancestry - taught by Billy Edgington
2:15 - Cause of Death: Dissecting Coroner's Records for Genealogical Research – taught by Lisa Alzo
3:30 - Google Forms for Genealogists - taught by Thomas MacEntee
4:45 - Why Maps? Maps Can Be Potent Genealogy Evidence – taught by Arlene Eakle
7:00 - 
Using Legacy Family Tree Software – A Discussion Group - Moderated by Loni Gardiner*

Friday
8:00am-9:00pm - Research in the Family History Library
8:00 am - DNA Painting:  Mapping Your DNA to Your Chromosomes- taught by Regina Negrycz
9:15 - One-on-One DNA Analysis with Regina Negrycz
10:30 - The Genealogy Do-Over: A Year of Learning from Mistakes – taught by Thomas MacEntee
11:30 - LUNCH – on your own or walk over to the LDS cafeteria as a group
1:00 pm - Using European Maps and Gazetteers - taught by Lisa Alzo
2:30 -  They're Alive: Searching for Living Persons– Thomas McEntee
7:00 - Bead Farm Jewelry - "This local family business brings genealogy themed (inexpensive) jewelry.... pendants, pins, bracelets, and more! They were first with us in 2015 and were asked by our Christmas Tour Family to return. So they are!"

Saturday
8:00 am - DNA Research: Tips'n Tricks for Troubleshooting Your DNA Results - taught by Regina Negrycz

9:00am-5:00pm - Research in the Family History Library*

11:30 - LUNCH – on your own - the LDS cafeteria is closed on Saturdays*

6:00 pm - Farewell Dessert, Stories, Prizes, Fun, and Preregistration for the 2019 Salt Lake Christmas Tour*



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